Coorg, officially known as Kodagu, is an enchanting hill station located in the Indian state of Karnataka. In the erstwhile times, Coorg used to be a princely state but was merged into the Indian union in the year 1956. This bewildering hill station is bestowed with the beauty of nature in profusion in the form of hills, valleys and waterfalls. Amid the year, Coorg is visited by countless holidaymakers.
Resting on the arms of the Western Ghats, Coorg is uplifted at a height of 390 feet above the sea level. The hilly terrains of this region span a total area of 4,100 sq. km. that are fed by the waters of the River Kaveri. The climate of Coorg is defined as a tropical cool. Amid the year, it faces a pleasant weather. The median temperatures are mild as they scale between 17°C-24°C. It also receives an ample amount of rainfall during monsoons.
Coorg is adorned with beautiful attractions. These must-visit places include the names like Iruppu Falls, Brahmagiri Hills, Omkareshwara Shiva Temple, Nagarhole Wildlife Sanctuary, Abbey Falls, along with the local markets.